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HINGHAM 

HIGH 

SCHOOL 




HINGHAM 

MASS 




1982 




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ENGLISH 

5 Senior English (6) 

2.5 British Studies (1 sem.) (6) 

2.5 Enghsh Skills Review (1 sem.) (6) 

2.5 Great Books (1 sem.) (6) 

2.5 Modern Novel (1 sem.) (6) 

2.5 Multi-Ethnic Literatures (1 sem.) (6) 

2.5 Reading for College (6) 

2.5 Writing about Literature (1 sem.) (6) 

2.5 Writing for Self-discovery (1 sem.) (6) 

2.5 Stories, Poems & Plays (6) 



FOREIGN LANGUAGE 

5 French II, III, IV, V (6) 

5 German JV (6) 

5 Latin II, III, IV (6) 

5 Spanish III, IV, V (6) 

5 Spanish Language (Adv. PI.) (6) 

5 Spanish Literature (Adv. PI.) (6) 







MATHEMATICS 

5 Advanced Placement Calculus (6) 

5 Algebra I & II (6) 

5 Algebra & Trigonometry (6) 

2.5 Analysis (1 sem.) (6) 

5 Applied Mathematics (6) 

5 Calculus (6) 

5 College Math I, II, III (6) 

2.5 Computer Programming I, II (1 sem.) (3) 

2.5 Consumer Math (1 sem.) (6) 

5 Geometry (6) 

2.5 Statistics (1 sem.) (6) 

2.5 Topics (1 sem.) (6) 

2.5 Trigonometry (1 sem.) (6) 

5 Vocational Math (6) 




CREATIVE CLOTHING — Prereq. — Clothing 1 — 
Grades 11, 12 — 6 Periods — (3) 
This course is designed for students who have a 
good sewing background and are interested in 
improving more advanced techniques. Projects will 
include work on a novelty fabric (fur, leather, 
suede). Vogue pattern, and lingerie. Students will be 
encouraged to experiment with textiles and fabric 
dyeing to create projects for the home as well as 
wearing apparel. 



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SYMPHONIC (MARCHING) BAND — Grades 10, 11, 
12 — 6 Periods — Elective — (3) WHERE VALID 
CONFLICTS EXIST, HOURS CAN BE ARRANGED 
INDIVIDUALLY WITH MUSIC DEPARTMENT 
APPROVAL. 

This ensemble is the major performing group of the 
High School Instrumental Program in the symphonic 
and marching areas. Instruction will emphasize 
integration of refined music performance skills, 
conceptual understandings, and appreciation of music 
within the musical mediums and requirements of the 
organization. 





TYPEWRITING II — 
Grades 10, 11, 12 — 6 
Periods — (5) 

This course is a second year 
of typewriting instruction 
meeting five times a week 
for a full year to develop to 
a vocational level the 
operational techniques, 
production, mechanics, and 
information about business 
procedures. Instruction 
covers the use of the 
electric typewriter. 
Emphasis is placed on 
accuracy, speed, and the 
production of acceptable 
copy on business letters, 
tables, and business forms. 
Confidence in their ability 
to meet office standards 
should help students find 
successful employment. 



HOME ECONOMICS 

2.5 Child Development I (2nd sem.) (6) 

5 Child Development II (2nd sem.) (12) 

5 Clothing Major I, II (6) 
2.5 Clothing Minor I (3) 

5 Creative Clothing (6) 
2.5 Foods I (3) 
2.5 Foods II (1 sem.) (6) 
2.5 Housing & Interior Design (1st sem.) 

(6) 
2.5 Human Relationship (1st sem.) (6) 

1 Laboratory Assistant 



MUSIC 

5 Choral Major (6) 

2.5 Chorus I, II (3) 

2.5 Musicianship Class (3) 

1 Stage Band (2) 

2.5 String Ensemble (Orchestra) (3) 

5 Symphonic (Marching) Band (6) 





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SPANISH V — Advanced — Grade 12 — 6 Periods — (5) 
Some students desire to progress at a faster pace than 
others and are wiUing to devote more time to study and 
involvement. Such students may request enrollment in this 
course. Teacher recommendation is also required. 
Individualization to a limited degree allows the student to 
supplement much of the material to be studied. 





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SOCIAL STUDIES 

2.5 American Political System (1 

sem.) 
2.5 Anthropology (1 sem.) (6) 
2.5 Canada (1 sem.) (6) 
2.5 Economics (1 sem.) (6) 

5 European History (Adv. PI.) (6) 
2.5 Great Depression — Present (1 
2.5 sem.) (6) 

Latin America (1 sem.) (6) 

5 Middle East and Africa (6) 

5 Russia — China (6) 
2.5 Sociology (1 sem.) (6) 
2.5 U. S. A. 1981 (1 sem.) (6) 
2.5 World 1981 (1 sem.) (6) 






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BUSINESS 

5 Accelerated Accounting (6) 
5 Accelerated Shorthand (6) 
5 Accounting II (6) 
2.5 Business & Consumer Law (1 

sem.) (6) 
2.5 Business Org. & Management (I 

sem.) (6) 
10 Clerical Office Procedures (12) 
10 Cooperative Work Experience 
2.5 Intro, to Data Processing (1 

sem.) (6) 
2.5 Merchandising & Marketing (1 

sem.) (6) 
2.5 Personal Money Management (1 

sem.) (6) 
2.5 Personal Typewriting (3) 
5 Secretarial Office Procedures (6) 
5 Shorthand II (6) 
5 Specialized Typewriting (6) 
5 Transcription (6) 
5 Typewriting I, II (6) 





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TECHNICAL DRAWING I — 
Grades 10, 11, 12 — 6 Periods 
— 0) 

In this course, students will be 
exposed to a study of line 
technique, lettering, geometry 
of technical drawing, 
orthographic projection, 
dimensions, shop processes, 
sectional views, auxiliary views, 
and pictorial drawings. 




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GREAT BOOKS — 6 Periods — (2.3) 

This one semester course explores the human condition in 
various societies through a study of the Hterature of a 
particular society. The key activity centers on the 
discussions of moral and ethical dilemmas presented in the 
literary works. 

Reading: Greene and Lattimore, eds., Greek Tragedies 
Vol. I (Aeschylus, Agamemnon and Prometheus 
Bound and Sophocles, Oedipus the King and 
Antigone); Homer, (Rouse, trans.). The Lliad; 
Rostand, Cyrano de Bergerac; Marlowe, Doctor 
Faustus; Shaw, Saint Joan; Swift, Gulliver's 
Travels; Turgenev, Fathers and Sons; Greene, 
The Power and the Glory 





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Credits 

INDUSTRIAL ARTS 
2.5 Consumer Automotives (3) 
10 Cooperative Work Experience 
2.5 Graphic Communication I, III (3) 

5 Graphic Communication II (6) 
2.5 Industrial Arts Minor (3) 
5 Industrial Arts II, III — P — W 

— M(6) 
15 Project Traces (see write-up) 
5 Technical Drawing I, II, III (6) 
5 Vocational Math (6) 





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SCIENCE 


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Biology II (6) 
Biology (Adv. PI.) (8) 
Chemistry (6) 
Electronics I, II (6) 




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Marine Science (1 sem.) (6) 
Physics (6) 
Physics II (8) 





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WELCOME 

SUPERINTENDENT 

MR. LEWIS ERNST 

Mr. Ernst came to Hingham in 1963 as a history teacher. He 
later became the Assistant Principal of the high school until 
1970 when he left Hingham to become a Principal of Fra- 
mingham North High School. He returned to Hingham in 
1974 as Assistant Superintendent. He served in this posi- 
tion until January 1982 when he became Superintendent. 





THANK YOU DR. 
WILLIAM MAHONEY 

Dr. Mahoney came to Hingham in 1965 from Connecticut. 
During his Superintendency he brought many new pro- 
grams to Hingham. His recognition throughout the country 
reveales his contributions to both the Hingham Public 
Schools and education in general. 



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Principal 

Charles 

Vickery — 



Hingham High 
Principal 




Robert O'Day 

Grade Administrator 

Class of 1984 



Mary Ellen Gallagher 

Grade Administrator 

Class of 1983 



Richard Lawrence 

Grade Administrator 

Class of 1982 




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Paul 

Abrahamson 
Social Studies 




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Robert 

Barra 

Business 



Marie 

Benard 

English 



Chris 

Brown 

Art 



Richard 
Caldwell 
>( Science 




Howard 
Bailey 
Social Studies 






Sal 

Bartolotti 

Music 




Bud 

Berlenbach 

English 



Barbara 
Browne 
French 



Edmund 
Connors 
Physical Ed. 




Steven 

Baisden 

Math 




Gordon 

Bates 

Math 




Michael 

Borek 

Math 




Jeffrey 

Browne 

Music 




Jack 

Crowley 

Science 



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Charles 

Dirk 

Science 








Charles 
Finn 
Foreign 
Languages 



Iris 

Gillard 
Social Studies 



Virginia 
Hansell 
Business 



Douglas 

Holley 

Math 



Jane 
EUis 
Business 




Joyce 

Flewelling 

Math 




Karen 
Glaser 
Math 




James 

Haviland 

Enghsh 




Richard 
Jensen 
Social Studies 




Janet 

Fay 

English 




John 
Garrigan 
Special 
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Gordon 
Physical Ed. 



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Herrmann 
Social 
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Fred 

Jewett 

English 




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Maynard 
Johnson 
Industrial 
Arts 




John 
Kennedy 
Physical Ed. 




Joann 

Lambros 

Spanish 




Kathy 

Light 

English 




James 
Kane 
' Industrial 
^^ Arts 







James 

Kirkcaldy 
Social Studies 



William 

Larson 

Math 



Suzanne 
Lincoln 
Home 
Economics 




Craig 

Low 

Math 




Robert 

Magner 

Science 



Muriel 

Kendall 

Special 

Needs 





David 
Lacatell 
Social 
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Lawrence 

Leahy 

Business 




Claudia 

Leone 

Math 





Ken 

Matarazzo 

French 



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Peter 

Moll 

English 




Charles 

Ozug 

English 







Richmond 

Poole 

Science 



Joseph 
Ryan 
Industrial 
Arts 



Arthur 
Smith 
Industrial 
Arts 




Paul 
Noiseux 
Industrial 
Arts 



John 

Penny 

Science 





Louise 

Reilly 

English 




Karl 

Schmatzler 
Industrial 
Arts 




John 

Stouffer 

Science 








Steven 
Olson 

Math 



Tamara 
Perelman 
Social 
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Douglas 

Ryan 

Latin 



David 

Sharpe 

Latin 



Frank 

Tierney 

English 



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Patricia Tierney, Math 



John Tinker, Science 



Marian Torney, 
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Roberta Walsh, Art 



Richard Warnock, 
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Alice Yacobian, English 



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Angela Epple 

Angela Epple came to Hingham in 
1959- She was involved with the Dra- 
ma Club and the Debate Club. She is 
known for her yearly Thoreau Walk. 
Students who had the fortune to have 
Mrs. Epple in American Literature 
had the pleasure of learning about a 
variety of great American personali- 
ties. She died in 1981. 




Carl Schmatzler 

Carl Schmatzler came to Hingham in 
1955. He taught industrial arts and 
mechanical drawing in both the junior 
and senior high school. His concern 
for detail encouraged many of his stu- 
dents to pursue careers in design and 
architecture. He died in 1981. 



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Stan Curtis 



Jack Wallace 

Mr. Jack Wallace came to Hingham in 
1956 from Randolph. He served as 
Department Head of Mathematics 
from 1965 to 1968. He then returned 
to the classroom full time. His con- 
tributions to the school are most ex- 
tensive. He retired in 1981. 



Mr. Thomas Lane came to Hingham in 
1954 and taught art in both the junior 
and senior high schools. Many of his 
students have become well recognized 
in the field of art. He retired in 1981. 



Stan Curtis was one of Hingham's 
warm and friendly custodians. He al- 
ways was seen doing some task to keep 
the building clean. He retired in 1 98 1 . 




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Jane Arena 




Mary Barbara 




Phelgona Auma 



Mary Avery 



Margaret Avery 



Ellen Ayers 



John Armstrong 





Anthony Barbuto 



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Sarah Benson 



Susan Black 



Kevin Berard 




Susan Blackwood 



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Julie Brown 



Lynne Burke 



Marcia Brown 




Maureen Butler 



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Denise Cataldo 




Caryl Chambers 




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David Chase 



Douglas Clay 



Christopher Cobb 



Robert Ciccolo 



Jay Clogs ton 




Denise Cody 



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Tim Coletti 




Maura Collins 




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Alison Culler 



Mark Cummings 




Peter DeBruin 



Karen Delmonico 



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Christopher DiCenso 



James Diezemann 



Brian DiMartinis 




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Lanijean Doland 



Marie Doughty 



Stephen Dolphyn 




Michael DowUng 



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Colette DriscoU 



James Duff 




Brian Doyle 



Laurie Doyle 




David Driscoll 



Todd Eachus 



Donald Edwards 



Susan Edwards 




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Tomas Eikinas 



Elizabeth Faherty 



Scott Elliott 




John Falvey 



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Wayne Fitzgerald 



Paul Franklin 



Richard Fitzwilliam 




Christine Fredie 



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Jeffrey Genereux 



Christina Goldberg 



Vin Giachetti 




Lynda Goler 



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Joanne Heapes 



Deborah Henry 



Elizabeth Hess 



Matthew Hegarty 



CaroHne Hermanson 




Matthew Hawes 




Richard Higgins 



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Joseph Howley 




Stephanie Igo 




David Hulbert 



Diane Hunnefeld 



April Hutchinson 



Tom Hutchinson 



Alan Ireton 




Andrea Jenkins 



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Brian Kehoe 



Suzanne Kelleher 




Linda Koffske 



Tim Krall 



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Douglas Lapham 



Michael Leonard 




Richard Loud 



Kristen Loughman 



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Nancy Lynch 




Lisa MacDonald 




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Kim Mahar 



Betsy Marshall 



Robert Malme 




Debra Marshall 



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Brian McGinn 



Angela McGrath 




Julie McManus 



Alan Meisler 



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Diana Monaco 



MacDara MuUin 



Alice Mooney 




Donna Murphy 



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Kenric Nelson 



Thomas O'Brien 



Jodi Nicholson 




Thomas O'Brien 



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Susan Peterson 




Christine Pearsons 



Carrie Peterson 



James Petipas 





David Pizzelli 



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Lisa Plouffe 



David Power 



William Powers 




Brad Price 



Paul Pompeo 




Nancy Powers 



Raymond Pratt 



Kurt Prouty 



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Edward Quirk 




Robert Reis 




Allison Rattray 



Juliet Rayburn 



Kimberly Reid 



Lawrence Redcay 



Robert Reilly 





Mark Ricci 



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Joyce Scally 



Edward Rubbo 




Stephen Schelle 



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Carol Sherman 



Alaine Spalluzzi 



Paul Shilhan 




Paul Spina 



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Paul Sullivan 




Jacqueline Thompson 



Robert Thompson 



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Michelle Verrochi 




Dan Walsh 



Diana Walton 



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Scott Werner 




Pamela Wilson 



Patricia Wilson 



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Linda MacDonald 




Phyllis Vitti 



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Pablo Garcia 



Philip Crowley 



Clinton S. McGrath 



Additional Seniors 
David Barrile 
Timothy Bellew 
Allison Bennett 
Ulrika Brazis 
Diana Claffey 
Kerry Connelly 
Steven Doroni 
Joseph Duggan 
Christopher Emery 
Mathew Galvin 
Linda Green 
David Greeley 
Seth Green 
Amy Hermanson 
Jacquelyn Keys 
Gregory Lagos 
Edward Leonard 



Dolores MacKay 
Andrew Melore 
Izumi Okawara 
Damon Papuga 
Paul Pendoley 
Jerome Price 
James Ramsay 
Adrian Reddy 
Eric Schuler 
Thomas Sirois 
Amy Smith 
David Smith 
Brian Stoffel 
Peter Waters 
Allen Wheeler 
Michael Warner 
David Wentworth 



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THE YEARBOOK STAFF THANKS 
MR. DONALD SULLIVAN 




YEARBOOK STAFF 



The Yearbook editors; Peter DeBruin, Doug Ewing, Mark Murphy; would Hke to 
thank all those who contributed to the making of this book, especially Richard Knab 
and Marcia Brown. 



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Hilary Aborn: Die young and stay pretty. Blondie. 

Nicole Achille: Music says it all with an English accent. Elton, Beatles, Bowie 
Forever . . . 

Rose Mary Alciere: "You can't spread peanut-butter with a paper knife." 
Gerald Ford. 

Charles Anderson; "If you don't say anything, you won't be called upon to repeat 
it." Calvin Coolidge 

Kathy Archard: "I found him in the shining of the stars." Tennyson 

Jane Arena: "Never look back, walk tall, act fine." David Bowie '76 

John Armstrong: Friends are only as close as you let them be. 

Margaret Avery: If you see someone without a smile, give them one of yours. 

Mary Allen Avery: "It is the time you have wasted for your rose that makes your 
rose so important." Antoine de Saint Exupery 

Anthony Joseph Barbuto: Even if it takes all I have to give, I'll give it all. 

Kathleen Barrows: For some dreams can come true. 

Keith Bartlett: "And though our health we drank a thousand times, it's time to 
ramble on." Led Zep 

Judith Ann Barton: Best friends are those who know to keep the same silences. 

Kenneth Ian Barton: I was here but now I'm gone, I left just my name to carry 

Jill M. Bay low: Music is the gift of the soul that washes away the dust of every day 
life. 

John Belton: A.L.S.P. 

Sarah Benson: Education is what remains when we have forgotten all that we 
have been taught. 

Kevin Berard: If the Doors of Perception were cleansed, man would see life as it 
truly is — infinite. 

Karla Berggren: Love doesn't make the world go round but it sure makes the trip 
a lot easier. 

Lance Billard: And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you made. 

Nancy Bishop: I don't want you to worry for me cuz I'm alright. 

Susan Lee Black: We are the seedling about to flower, we are the morning about 
to flower, we are the dry earth breathing in showers, we are the pilgrim 
finding a way. 

Susan Blackwood: I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday and I 
love today. 

Christine Bonnichon: Unless you try, you will never know if you can do it, but 
when you do, GO FOR IT. 

Kevin Bonnyman: Two roads diverged into a wood and I — I took the one less 
traveled by, and that has made all the difference. 

Laurie Ann Boretti: The truth of the man lies in all his dreams. 

Prisca Boris: Life is crazy . . . like a patchwork quilt. PARTY! 

Stacey Brash: But for friendship all would be loneliness. Since then I've never 
looked back, it's almost like living a dream. 

Rika Brazis: Remember Me. 

Julie Ann Brown: Bob (7-9-81) B.M. + S.H.,N.B. + S.S.V. Nights, California 
Bound, Frick + Frack, Tak-A-Taco. 

Marcia Lynette Brown: My education is dismal, I went to a series of schools for 
mentally retarded teachers. 

Marilyn C. Brown: I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday, and I 
love today. 

Jamie D. Brown: You may think that you're here for the pizza on Fridays, you 
know what you're really here for, it's that brand new leopard-skin pill-box hat. 
Kathleen M. Browne: Life can only be understood backwards, but it must be 
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Lynne Burke: When you think your life is in confusion just remember it's a 
grand illusion. 

Maureen Butler: "It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is 
essential is invisible to the eye." The Little Prince 

Karen Caira: What we have here is a failure to communicate. 

Jayne Marlene Capano: Life is what happens while you're making other plans. 

Kathleen Mary Cappella; A true friend is like the setting sun, they will always 
return. 

Andrea Dickinson Carr: Accept me as I am so I may learn what I can become. 

Daniel M. Casey: To live your life in your own way ... to reach for the 
goals you have set for yourself ... to be the you that you want to be — that is 
success. 

Denise Marie Cataldo: The worthiness of life is measured by the intensity of 
friendship. 

Caryl Chambers: Even the longest journey begins with a single step. 

Robert Wayne Ciccolo Jr.: All of a sudden it's my life and I'm living it. 

Jay Clogston: Is your mind so small that you have to fall in with the pack 
wherever they run. 

Denise Cody; Time pass . . . but memories last. 

Lori A. Colford: How beautiful a day can be when kindness touches it. 

Joan Comer: "I've been happy lately thinking about the good things to come, 
and I believe that it could be that good things have begun." Cat Stevens. 

Rabon A. Cooke: In the world there are people who do things and people who 
get the credit. Become part of the first group, there's far less competitions. 

Bill Cronin: Life is not measured by the time we live. 

Alison Culler: The secrets of life is enjoying the passage of time. 

Mark Cummings: I've been dazed and confused for so long it is not true. 

Scott Dahill: "He was a wise man who originated the idea of God." Plato. 

Elizabeth T. Danforth: Although many miles may separate us and we may never 
meet again. The happiness will remain, A memory mounted and framed, 
Forever in the album of my life — wish you were here. 

Edward E. Dann: And that's the name of that tune. 

Peter DeBruin: The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two 
chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed. 

Karen Delmonico: Losing on your own terms is better than winning on anybody 
else's. 

Josephine DeVito: Do something today to bring happiness to someone whose 
pleasures are few. 

Marie Diaz: A friend is just a smile away. 

Stephen R. Diaz: The fittest shall survive but the unfit may live, wear gaudy 
colors or avoid display it's all the same. 

Christopher DiCenso: Minds are like parachutes — they only function when 
open. 

James Diezemann: Set your course by the stars, not by the lights of Passing ships. 

Lani Jean Doland: Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow. Don't walk 
behind me, I may not lead. Walk beside me, and just be my friend. 

Stephen J. Dolphyn: 'The time is gone, the song is over, thought I'd something 
more to say." Pink Floyd. 

W. Richard Donaldson: "Man this really takes the cake This town is like a prison 
And I just gotta make my break" 

Lisa Doody: The best times are yet to come . . . 

Susan Doonan: And you and I climb over the valley to the endless seas . . . my 
friends . . . 

Amy Dorion: Hope is not a dream but a way of making dreams become reality. 




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Laurie Doyle: If you're too busy to laugh, you're too busy. 

Colette DriscoU: Be happy be free; and live it up!!! 

James Duff: Live every day as your last, for one day you'll be right. 

Joseph Duggan: Full conformity is possible only in the cemetery. 

Susan Edwards: "Well, I must endure the presence of two or three caterpillars in 
order to become aquainted with the butterflies." The Little Prince. 

Theresa E. Emens: There are no straight lines in my life, and all my roads have 
bends. There are no clear-cut beginnings and so far no dead ends, so on I go. 

Chris Emery: Catch the wind. We're gonna see it spin, We're gonna sail, Leave 
the Day. 

Catherine R. English: Arise, go forth and conquer. 

Douglas A. Ewing: "We're all screwed down for life — but what's a little air in the 
pipes, or even a lot of shit in the hair, if you have good memories?" — John 
Irving. 

Elizabeth L. Faherty: For self is a sea Boundless and measureless. 

Paul J. Falvey: Attempt the end and never stand to doubt; Nothing's so hard, but 
search will find out. 

Catherine Fenlon: Time passes quickly and so life; therefore take each moment 
and live it to it's fullest. 

Deborah Fenton: I see, but cannot reach, the height that lies forever in the light. 

Joseph Ferrini: Long Live the Gumpa. 

Kristin Fischer: One beginning has ended but many more have just begun . . . 
Goodbye H.H.S. — 

Wayne Fitzgerald: It was good while it lasted, but twelve years is enough. 

David Flanagan: "And if you feel that you can't go on, in the light you will find 
the road." Led Zeppelin. 

Robert Fox: My candle burns at both ends; it will not last the night; But oh, my 
foes, and oh. My friends — It gives a lovely light. 

Chuckle Furtado: "I get by with a little help from my friends" 

Scott Garrison: Goodbye all you people. There's nothing you can say to make 
me change my mind. Goodbye . . . 

Susan Gatturna: I'm young, I'm wild, and now I'm free. 

Vin Giacchotti: "Let's blow this clambake!" 

Mark Giarrusso: Better to be a "has been" than one who never was at all. 

Barbara Gibbs: Hesitate before you "turn the Page." 

Martha Godwin: Friends we knew, follow us through, all of the days of outlives; 
love we shared, waits for us there, where our wishes forever reside. 

Sara Godwin: You can really learn a lot that way. It'll change you in the middle of 
the day. Though you're confidence may be shattered. It doesn't matter. 

Christina Goldberg: True friendship is like sound health, the value of it is 
seldom known until it is lost. 

Lynda Goler: I have not yet begun to fight. I over came my first struggle, now I 
must win the war. 

Lisa Gonyea: Free to invent myself 

Gregory Goudas: It's better than no quote at all. 

Thomas Hale: Kurtis: Behind me 76-82, guess where ya sit on G-day Sarah! 

Greg Hall: It's great to be alive. 

Kurt Harling: A knowledge of the past prepares us for the crisis of the present 
and the challenge of the future. 

Elizabeth Harrington: A friend is someone who will make us do what we can 
when we are saying we can't. 

Joanne Heapes: Dream what you dare to dream — Go where you want to go Be 
what you want to be — Live 

Elizabeth Hess: For the foolishness of God is wiser than man's wisdom and the 
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Pamela Hill; Smile and the day is yours. 

Billy Holler: I'll be back. 

Kristen Honkalehto: It may be an end, but only the beginning to many begin- 
nings yet to come. 

Pamela Hooper: Today is the tomorrow we worried about yesterday. 

Meredith Horte: Laugh when you can, cry when you have to, be who you must 
— it's a part of the plan. 

Joseph F. Howley IV: Life is either a daring adventure, or nothing at all. 

April Hutchinson: Life: A long, hard road leading nowhere — unless you have a 
sense of direction. 

Stephanie Igo: Nothing's easy. Nothing good is free. 

Alan L. Ireton: Be nice to people on your way up, because you meet 'em on your 
way down. 

Andrea Jenkins: Though nothing can bring back the hour of splendor in the 
grass; of glory in the flower; we will grieve not, rather find strength in what 
remains behind. 

Douglas Johnson: Live life for today not for tomorrow, for tomorrow may never 
come. 

Sarah Johnson: The world is love and life are deep even as his eyes are wide. 

Stephen Edmund Johnson: Music and women I cannot but give way to, whatever 
my business is. 

Steve Kanke: Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm. 

Lisa Elizabeth Kay: Do your part 

Susan Keenan: We cannot direct the wind, but we can adjust our sails. Keep on 
cruisin' '82! 

Brian Kehoe: Special K gets you off to a great start 

Richard Knab: Happiness is the state of minimum regret. 

Barbara Koehlinger: What a long, strange trip its been. 

Linda Koffske: If you love something very much set it free. If it doesn't return, it 
was never meant to be yours. If it does, love it forever. 

Timothy Krall: Tell me that we're leaving, I can't believe it's true, we're finally 
getting out of this — ZOO. 

Olga Prehsfreunb — Krieghammer: To know someone here or there with whom 
you can feel there is an understanding in spite of thoughts unexpressed — that 
can make of this earth a garden. 

Michael Labonte: I know but I don't know. 

James Lahive: If you don't beat the system, the system will beat you. 

Elizabeth Lambert: Time may change me but I can't change time . . . 

Charles Langenhagen: You only live life once, so why not go for the Gold 

Douglas A. Lapham: We can cherish nothing less than our random understand- 
ing of death, and the earth-shaking love that draws us to one another. 

Jane Larson: Love understands and therefore waits. 

Barbara Anne Leonard: The key to life is not having everything you want but 
learning to enjoy what you have. 

Michael Leonard: He who can see the Invisible can do the Impossible. 

Mike Lewis: A.M. P. 

Michael Longo: Hide the Pie. 

Richard Loud: Let's go. 

Kristen Loughman: Happiness does not lie at the end of the road; it is found 
' along the way. 

Sarah Lucas: If I could just do it over, I would do it better — maybe even right. 

Nancy Lynch: What you do today is important because you take a day of your life 
to do it. 

Linda MacDonald: Lisa, should we join forces, or go it alone? Friends till 




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eternity. 

Lisa MacDonald: Our memories of yesterday will last us a life time. 

Bonnie Anne MacPhadden: California Bound, Four Wheelin', Frick + Frack 
TAK-A-TACO 

John Magill: There is no finish line. 

Dolores Winslow MacKay: Why don't you take a good look at yourself And 
decide what you see. 

Kelly Mahar: We've come all this way there's no turning back. 

Kimberley Mahar: The time is here and I'm one step in front. 

Michael Manjos: Aint it funny how time fades away. 

Brian Mansfield: Everybody knows this is nowhere 

Juliana Mascella: To have is to share the same beautiful dream. 

Eben Marsh: The best race hasn't run. 

Betsy A. Marshall: Love Ya Always 

Debra J. Marshall: Paul — 9/27/80. 

Christopher Martin: Experience is the name everyone gives to their mistakes. 

Dawn Maxfield: The past has been good, The present is great, But the future has 
to be better. 

J. Heather McCallum: No one will ever win the battle of the sexes . . . There is 
just too much fraternizing between the enemies. 

Chris McCann: It is better to be a lion leading a herd of sheep than a sheep 
leading a herd of lions. 

Doug McClentic: As long as you live in the past you will never grow old. 

Jim McCormack: My Army jeep is still alive Got locking hubs And four wheel 
drive Ain't got no radio Ain't got no mag wheels Ain't got no digital clock 
Ain't got no clock The paint job is lookin' blue The whitewalls are missing too 
But until I get my car back This'U do. 

Kathleen McDonald: We've lived through good and bad and we'll always make 
it. And your invited to the opening of my restaurant. 

Lisa McDonough: It's not the way you play the grime it's if you win or lose you 
can choose . . . 

Brian J. McGinn: When I cannot sing my heart I can only speak my mind. 

Angela McGrath: Betty, Plotting and Planning . . . That's what I'm talking 
about! 

Clinton Scott McGrath: When the cup is full. Carry it even 

Mary Anne McKenna: We have only to open our eyes to see the hand of God 

Scott McLaughlin: Nobody gets my goat. 

Julie T. McManus: Many dreams come true and some have silver linings I live for 
my dream and a pocket full of gold. 

Linda Melanson: Be free. Be happy. Be who you are 

Kimberley Jo-Anne Messina: "Take it calmy and serene, It's the famous final 
scene." 

Mike Messmer: "Life is a gifthorse and the grave is not its goal" 

Mark Metivier: "Forever questioning those colossal 251b. snappers with jaws 
like steel traps. Turn it up, it's a good tune" 

Susan Mills: "It took me twelve years to find out . . . ya don't know do ya." 

Pablo L. Garcia Mexia: "There has never existed nothing better than a good 
'AMIGO. When you think he has left you, then you have him most. When you 
think you mean a lot to him, he doesn't deceive you. When you trust him, he 
becomes worthy of your confidence. There exists no distance between you 
and him. "Puede haber en el mundo algo tan grande.-*" 

Diane Evelyn Monaco: "Although the moments are only temporary, the mem- 
ory will last forever." 

Paul Morrison: "To me, old age is always 15 years older than I am." 

Deborah Morse: "To dream of a person you would like to be ... is to waste the 




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Annette Marie Mortell: "A moment is only temporary but a memory is forever." 

Donna Elise Murphy: "It matters not how long we live, but how." 

James Gregory Murphy: "Ale, deuce, craps two up, one back go like a black 
jack ..." 

Mark Murphy: "Now I'm living out hereon the beach, but those seagulls are still 
out of reach ..." — Neil Young 

Michael C. Murray: "Let it be" 

Christopher Navin: "Personally I am always ready to learn, although I do not 
always like being taught." 

Paul Neat: "Sooner or later it all gets real. Walk on." — Neil Young 

Mark Needham: "Ain't it funny when you wake up in the morning and you find 
out that those other days are gone. All you have is memories of happiness, 
lingering on." — Neil Young 

Kenric Nelson: "Weigh in your anchor, full steam ahead; your life has just 
begun." 

Jodi Nicholson: "Always do right. It will gratify some people and astonish the 
rest." 

Stacie Noble: "Hope the days that lie ahead lead us back to where they've led." 
— Graham Nash 

Edward Norton: "I just wonder if when God created the Universe, He had any 
choice." 

Robert B. O'Brien Jr.: "Cowards die many times in their lives, but the valiant 
taste death but once." 

Thomas P. O'Brien: "Why take life so serious, your not gonna come out of it 
alive." 

Paul O'Donnell: "Keep your head up and always covered." 

Erin O'Grady: "All I have seen teaches me to trust the Creator for all I have not 
seen." 

Tracy Olsen: "The longer you live the higher you fly the smiles you smile and the 
tears you cry and all you touch and all you see is all your life will ever be." 

Phelgona A. Oluoch: "A long way from home, see what you've never seen 
before, eat what you've never eaten, all is not what it would seem . . . You 
aren't nearly through this adventure yet, Hingham I'll always remember you." 

Claire O'Neill: "Blessed are the curious for they shall have adventures." 

Ann M. Orcutt: "Live each day step by step, and enjoy it while you can because 
tomorrow it might not be possible." 

John M. O'Regan: "Expose yourself to your deepest fear. After that, fear has no 
power . . . YOU ARE FREE." 

Michael Pagliccia: "Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst." 

Damon Bernard Papuga: "Those who aren't busy being born are busy dying." 

Christine Pearsons: "Remembrance is a string of pearls, each pearl to me a 
friend, I have known, each friend a treasured memory I'll never lose, this 
string of precious pearls will be worn by me through life." 

Susan Pease: "Yesterday is in our hearts, tomorrow is in our dreams." 

Susan Peterson: "Musical training is a more potent instrument than any other, 
because rhythm and harmony find their way into the inward places of the 
soul." 

James G. Petipas: "They don't want to listen, and I don't know why? But when 
judgement day comes, they won't be flying high." 

Lisa Pignataro: "Nothing can resist the person who smiles at life." 

Donna Pitaro: "Everybody wants to be a star livin' in the limelight." 

David D. Pizzelli Jr.: "It's not the school I hate, it's the principle of the thing." 

Paul Scott Pompeo: "I'd rather have a bottle in front of me than a frontal 
labotomy." 

David Powers: "Show me a throughly satisfied man, and I'll show you a failure." 




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Nancy Powers: "Love is what makes the world go round. It's what makes it worth 
the trip." 

Raymond Pratt: "The cleatest way into the Universe is through the forest 
wilderness." 

Eddy Quirk: "Later, much." 

Allison Rattray: "We live in the present, we dream of the future and we learn 
eternal truths from the past." 

Larry Redcay: "Desire for nothing except desirelessness, hope for nothing 
except to rise above all hopes, want nothing and you will have everything." 

Julie Rayburn: "If you love something set it free, if it comes back to you, it's 
yours, if it doesn't, it never was." 

Kimberly Reid: "Walk slowly, don't run, for the child of your youth, just born 
and eternal, cannot follow you." It's just a "STATE OF MIND". 

Rob Reis: "Baseball, Weekends forever." 

Mark Ricci: "Stay thee behind me Satan, for the road to Hell is paved with good 
intentions." 

John Richards: "Countless expansions will arrive and flow inside us." 

Shelley B. Richner: "P.P. . . . Basketball . . . College can't be half as difficult as 
choosing a senior quote." 

Sheryl Ross: "Courage is not freedom from fear, it is being afraid and going on." 

Adrian Rosso: "Work as though everything depends on you, pray as though 
everything depends on Him." 

Douglas Routhier: "Leaves are falling all around it's time I was on my way, but 
still I'm much obliged such an unpleasant stay." 

Ted Rubbo: "Why do you think they call them "tastebuds"? 

George Rudenauer: "Character is a diamond; it scratches all other stones." 

Suzanne Ryan: "Been up and down since I turned seventeen. Well, I've been on 
top and then it seems I lost all my dreams. But I've got it all back, I'm feeling 
better everyday Tell all those pencil pushers better get out of my way." 

Lisa Ann Rydin: "I'm free! I'm free! And freedom tastes of reality!" 

Joyce Scally: "Doing what you like is freedom, liking what you do is success." 

Stephen Gerard Schelle: "There is a road, no simple highway, between the dawn 

and the dark of night, and if you go no one may follow; that path is made for 

your steps alone." 
Valerie Schofield: "Yesterday is a cancelled check; tomorrow is a promissory 

note; Today is the only cash you have; so spend it well." 
William Scott Schwenk: "Our existence is but a brief crack of light between two 

eternities of darkness." 
Jane Schwob: "Let's just be glad for our time together." 
Priscilla Shaw: "Hope is a wakeing dream." 

Lori Shea: "The future is hers, who knows how to wait. We made it!" 
Lynne Shea: "A smile lasts but a moment and the memory lasts forever." 
Paul Micheal Shilhan: "Coma me, yo soy un Twinkle; o mejor, dame cono. El 

Don." 
James H. Sholler: "Live for your dreams and a pocket full of gold." 
John G. Snover: "One meets his destiny often on the road he takes to avoid it." 
Alaine Spalluzzi: "I'm puUin' outa here to win." 
Paul Spina: "I ain't been with a woman long enough for my boots to get cold. 

We've been together for so long, we both need to be resoled." 
Christine Spring: "Just when you think you have arrived, you realize you are at 

the foot of another mountain." 
Sharon Steele: "Love doesn't make the world go round, but it can make the trip a 

lot easier." 
Jodi Elizabeth Stella: "Don't look back, because in doing so you might stumble 

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Mary Ann Stidstone: "Friends are like sunsets, they always return." 

Charles Stilphen: "I don't know what I want, but I know how to get it." An 
Anarchist. 

Tracy Stockwell: "Friends double joy, divide grief." 

Sylvia Struss: "I sat down to my supper; 'twas a bottle of red whiskey, I said my 
prayers and went to bed; that's the last they saw of me; Please don't murder 
me." — The Grateful Dead. 

Paul Sullivan: "Never stop believing in yourself, for success comes from within." 

Sheila Sullivan: "There's no meaning to the word 'best' in the world of indi- 
viduals." 

Lisa Tambeau: "AIN'T NO STOPPING US NOW." 

David Teagan: "Break on through to the other side." 

Jacqueline Thompson: "If you would have things come your way, go after 
them." 

Robert D. Thompson: "These things happen." 

Julie Beth Thornton: "Wild horses couldn't do it." 

Susan Thronton: "Through our great good fortune, in our youth our hearts are 
touched with fire." 

Jill Travis: "You only live once but if you live right, once is enough." 

Mark Tribuna: "Eat my Monterey." 

Mark Troia: "It's not the size of the man in the fight, it's the size of the fight in the 
man." 

Peter Tutkas: "Athius!" 

George Twombly : "All men search for the key to prosperity; seldom find it ... " 

Maureen Verrochi: "You have to lose to know how to win" . . . 

Phyllis Vitti: "Success itself is not the result of spontaneous combustion. You 
must set yourself on fire." 

Ann Walsh: "We can all do many great things, as long as we don't care who ge':s 
the credit." 

Diana Walton: "If winter comes, can spring be far behind?" — Shelley 

James Ward: "No one has as much fun, as do the people in Mao's stories." 

Deborah Warshaw: "The best way to make your dreams come true is to wake 
up!" 

Mariette Waters: "We do not remember days, we remember moments." 

Joie Watson: "Take the road less traveled; it will make all the difference." 

Joy Waugh; "Sometimes the cards ain't worth a dime if you don't lay 'em down." 

Lucy Weiss: "The great tragedy of life is not growing old but growing up." 

Tammy Welsh: "A fool will lose tomorrow reaching back for yesterday." 

Scott David Werner: "Break on through to the other side." 

John R. Weston: "People are like electrons — they take the path of least 
resistance." 

Kelley White: "Once you've seen beyond yourself; the time will come when you 
realize we're all one." 

Pamela S. Wilson: "I was here but now I've gone I've left my name to carry on, 
those who knew me knew me well, those who didn't, Oh Well!" 

Patty Wilson: "When this you see remember me, bare me in your mind, let all 
the world say what they may, speak of me as vou find." — Brian Jones 
(1943-1969) 

Susan Wilson: "You're the master of your own destiny, so give and take the best 
you can." 

Diane Yarrow: "Don't reach for the bronze or silver when the gold of a sunbeam 
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GIRLS: Standing (1 to r): Coach Ryan, J. 
Street, J. Hayes, K. Kent, K. Elder, Kneeling 
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BOYS: Standing (1 to r): Coach Ryan, C. Anderson, P. DeBruin, M. Waples, P. Franklin, M. Colford, S. Dahill, J. Berkeley, G. 
Marsh, A. Waples, Kneeling (1 to r), C. Langenhagen, S. McGrath, R. Pratt, E. Marsh, J. Magill, J. Brown, J. McCormack, S. 
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Top row (1-r): F. Maquarie, C. Costello, T. O'Sullivan, W. Happ, K. Berard, L. 
Magnarelli, C. Waters, A. Marglin, B. Zsigalov. Middle row (l-r): D. Morse, L. 
Claypoole, S. Falvey, B. Deckers, S. Dow, S. Noble, S. Guarino. Bottom Row 
(l-r): A. Jenkins, K. Garrity, R. Brazis, S. Igo, A. Carr, K. Reid. 



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Front row (l-r): K. Prouty.T. Krail, B. Long, B. DiMartinis, P. Morrison (Capt.) S. Elliot (Capt.),K. Shea(Capt.), M. Barrett, M. Pagliccia, K. Bartlett, 
D. Casey. Second row (l-r): B. Price, B. Holler, A. Rosso, K. Nelson, C. McCann, M. Metivier, J. Ferrini, J. Snover, M. Dillon, D. Ewing.Third row 
(l-r): D. Balerna, J. Powell, S. Muller, J. Pignataro, M. Rohre, C. Stearns, J. Dedian, C. Abbott,T. James, J. MacCune, T. Cronin. Fourth row (l-r): M. 
Zooleck, B. Price, D. Rohre, P. Davis, B. Toland, R. Loud, B. Gaturna, K. McDonough, Fifth row (l-r): S. Nelson, W. Sines, G. Driscoll, B. O'Reagan, 
J. McCormick, D. Morrison, C. Hodskinson, T. Coates, J. Foss, M. Levanson. 



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BOYS SOCCER 






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Front row (1-r): D. Johnson, M. Longo, R. Higgins, M. Connors, K. Vickery, C. DiCenso (Capt.), M. Troia (Capt.), K. Barton (Capt.), 
B. Cronin, M. Murray, P. Shilhan, K. Bullock, M. Murphy, M. Hawes.Back row (1-r): Coach Wigmore, M. Russell, B. Thompson, J. 
Culbert, D. Kuperstein, M. Navin, C. Lincoln, D. Suddith, K. Harhng, T. Eikinas, T. O'Brien, R. Gatnik, D. Ullrich, F. Beneduci, R. 
Troia, M. Horvath, J. Mclnnes, C. Baylow, S. Clarke (Mgr.), Coach Low. Missing, M. Needham. 



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Mark Needham 



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First Row: Coach Dave Hickey, Laurie Mayer, Lynn Hallowell, Laura McKenna, Bonnie Bardsley, Jenny Vonx, Cathy Racket, Elaine 
Trudell, Claire Cavanaugh, Siobhan Watson, Nancy Keenan, Michelle Duffy, Laurie Lopez, Jeanette Dunn; Second Row: Holly Havens, 
Betsy Kelly, , Noel Capella, Liz Arthur, Susan Fleming, Sharon Arthur, Tracy Alger, Jill Mudge, Elizabeth McKenna, Marie 

Mackey; Third Row: Mariette Waters, Joie Watson, Alison Rattray, Tammy Welsh, Chris Bonnichon, Ellen Aires, Linda Mallancy, Susan 
Keenan. 



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Front Row: D. Chase, D. Edwards, P. Sullivan, 
D. Power, M. Barrett, R. Reilly. Back Row: D. 
Needel, M. Griffin, J. Powell, J. Lawless, N. 
Stevens, Coach Donnell. 



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Varsity; Top Row; A. Gilbert, C. Waters, W. Happ, C. Ayers, S. Pinkus, B. McCann, L. Magnarelli, A. Marglin, J. Supple, Coach Clinton. 
Bottom Row; L. Messina, C. Alexander, A. Culler, E. Ayers, L. Rydin, S. Guarino, M. Cole. 




Junior Varsity; Top Row; L. Hirtle, J. Hayes, K. Amonte, J. James, C. Zona, K. Malme, J. Supple, Coach 
Luciani. Bottom Row: B. McCann, L. McLaughlin, W. Happ, L. Magnarelli, M. Pierce, S. Pinkus; Not 
shown: S. Murray. 



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Top Row; T. Scally, D. Hernberg, K. Mellace, C. Duffy, L. Lane, C. Gonsalves, K. Stoehr. Bottom Row; S. Bernard, K. Savola, S. Noble, E. 
Danforth, S. Jacobs, G. McLaughlin, S. Dow, A. St. Pierre. 



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Front row (1-r): S. Wheeler, P. Cappella, D. Flanagan, B. McCarthy, M. Falvey, P. Falvey (Capt.), G. Murphy, R. 
FitzwiUiam, D. White, C. Baylow, M. MacClean. Back row (l-r): Coach Duggan, P. Murray, J. AUegra, J. Cappella, B. 
Lewis, D. Lincoln, M. Mullen, S. Kehoe, D. Browne, M. Magnarelh, P. Thompson, K. Duff, C. Ward, B. Thompson, D. 
Griffin, B. Haden, G. Murphy, Coach Daly. 



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Standing 1. to r.: Coach Ryan, S. Schwenk, C. Anderson, J. Magill, K. O'SuUivan, A. Ireton, J. Brown, S. Nelson, S. McGrath, M. Messmer, 
K. Harling, F. Sheltry, R. Pratt, J. Berkeley, C. Langhenhagen, J. McCormack, C. Langhenhagen; Kneeling: J. Murphy, E. Marsh, K. 
Nelson, J. Snover, P. DeBruin, L. Colford, S. Richardson, R. Cooke. 





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Standing: C. Coyne, T. Eikinas, M. Levenson, Coach Baumgartner, S. Comeau, D. Horte, B. Price, Kneeling: C. Cataldo, R. Higgins, M. 
Waples, Capt. J. Diezemann, D. Donaldson, T. Eikinas, A. Waples, D. Ames; missing: C. Hoskinson. 




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front row — J. Flett, M. Stuart, B. Cronin, J. MacAloon, J. Fitzmaurice 2nd row — K. Shea, D. Deems, P. Morrison, J. Ferrini 3rd row — 
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Rob Reis 



Kevin Shea 



GIRL'S SOFTBALL 






Top row (1-r): Coach Kane, J. Nicholson, W. Happ, C. Costello. Second row (1-r): C. Shaw, K. Garrity, S. 
Igo, M. Cole, L Rydin. Front row (1-r); D. Morse, P. Engdahl, P. Cocoran, D. Hunnefeld. 



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top: K. Fischer; K. Prouty; S. Suddith; R. Adley; M. Giarusso; R. Reilly; H. WeimanJ. Morocco, second row: H. Pagliccia; D. Martell; 
T. Greely; D. Casey; S. Diersch; J. Calvin; R. Zooleck; R. Miller; J. Didian. sitting: M. Zooleck; K. McDonough; M. Lynch; R. 
Lincoln; T. Jantson; J. McCormack; J. Chapin; J. Stonehouse. 



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Joy Waugh 




Top Row — M. McCarthy, K. Norris, M. Giarusso, L. Magnarelli, C. Meriino, S. Hulbert, L. Isleb, Coach Hickey 2nd Row — 
L Doyle, P. Hill, S. Benson, T. Olsen, S. Kelleher, P. Vitti, C. Spring, S. Keenan, J. Waugh, T. Secatore, Bottom Row — M. 
Dwyer, S. Manjos, D. Snofis, D. Carroll, M. McGrath, B. Saplin, N. Willy 



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Sarah Benson 



Terry Secatore 





Laurie Doyle 



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Susan Keenan 



Tracy Olsen 





Susan Kelleher 



Phyllis Vitti 




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Sailing 
Team 






Hingham High School Sailing Team 81-82 
2nd Row; Jennifer Jordan, Joe Berkley, Mark Navin, Alan Robinson, Mike 
Warner, Dick Donaldson. Front Row: Lisa Bordnick, Chris Navin, Tri-Capt. 
Steven Diaz, Tri-Capt. Caryl Chambers, Tri-Capt. Richard Knab, Coach 
Susan Jeffrey. Missing: David Ullrich, David lacomini, Marcia Brown, Harry 
Wieman, Scott McLaughlin, and Advisor Dick Kehoe Jr. 



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BOY'S 




David Chase 




David Power 




Top (1-r): S. Rodman, R. Campbell, C. Benson, J. Barrett, Coach Getman. Bottom (1-r): M. Horvath, D. 
Chase, D. Power, C. Lucas. 



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Mary Anne McKenna 




Linda Quain 



GIRL'S 




(1-r): S. Collins, L. Quain, M. McKenna, S. Arthur, S. Flemming, M. Miller, M. Murphy, S. Cook, A. Casquiado, Coach 
Sides. 



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BOY'S 
TRACK 



Captains: Ken Nelson, John Snover, 
Mike Messmer 




Top row (1-r): M. Colford, 
Third row ( 1 -r) : E. Marsh, ' 

Snover, J. Magill,M. Murphy .- -,- . ,-, „ ^ i ^ t u 

C. Russ, P. Waples. Front row (l-r): A. Rosso, M. Waples, P. Cappella, R. Cooke, C. Langenhagen. 



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Alan Ireton 




Eben Marsh 






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Top row — Coach Thompson, D. Murphy, C. Saplin, C. Dawe, E. Ayers, M. Godwin, L. Supple, Z. Carr, S. Black, A. 
Chamberlain, Coach Browne Middle row — K. Berard, A. McGinn, J. Casey, C. Urmson, S. Noble, D. Yarrow, E. Kent, L. 
Peterson, J. Mudge, B. Johansen Bottom row — M. Milburn, K. Stevens, K. Grundstrom, S. Dow, A. Rattray, L. Ross, G. Hall, 
B. Harrington, L. Colford 



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CHEER 





SOCCER: Top: L. Boretti. Second row: B. Harrington, G. Arena. Third row: 
Z. Carr, H. McCallum (Capt.), T. Secatore. Front: S. Suddith. 




FOOTBALL: Top: K. Cappella. Second row: E. Quirnbach, P. Condito, G. Hall, 
P. Hill, M. Stuart. Third row: D. Yarrow, L. Doyle, T. Olsen. Bottom: M. 
Godwin (Capt.), J. Riley (Capt.) 



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LEADERS 





HOCKEY: Back row (1-r): C. Chambers, Z. Carr, D. Cataldo. 3rd. row (1-r): G. 
Arena, M. Horte, J. Heapes, B. Harrington, C. Goldberg. 2nd. row (1-r): G. 
Weiser, T. Secatore (Capt.), L. Boretti (Capt.), C. Spring. 1st. row (1-r): S. Pease. 




BASKETBALL: First row (1-r); M. Vitti, L. Goler (Capt.), M. McCue. Second row (1-r): P. Mansfield, C. 
Clark, M. Connors, B. Stevenson, J. Osis, J. Osis. 



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JUNIOR 

BOOK 

AWARDS 




Consulate General of West Germany Book Award: Beth Harrington and David Flanagan. 




Rensselaer Book Award: Steven Johnson 



Brown Book Award: Erika Lambert 



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Holy Cross Book Award: Katie Browne 



Mt. Holyoke Book Award: Amy Dorion 




Dartmouth Book Award: Allan Meisler 



Havard Book Award: Edward Norton 



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Student Council 




Top: L. Weiss; F. Spellman; C. Cavanaugh; C. Chambers; F. Duggan; D. Nionakis; D. Needel; D. Chase; K. Bonnyman; M. Falvey; M. 
Longo. 2nd Row: T. Coates; P. Morrison; D. Morse; D. Yarrow; P. Falvey; L. Shea; B. Faherty; A. Rosso; E. McKenna; J. Magill; J. 
Snover; A. Casey; E. Lambert; B. Price. 3rd Row: S. Burnham; K. Saplin; L. Magnarelh; K. Bullock; G. Rudenaur; J. Berkely; B. 
McCarthy; A. Ireton; G. Weiser; D. Cataldo; Z. Carr; S. Hughes; K. Emens. Bottom: C. Costello; S. Falvey; F. NacGuorie; G. Marden; 
K. Bernard; S. Wilson; K. Gilleopie; B. Stevenson; C. Clark; K. Capella; G. Hall. 



Student Council Officers 



Advisores to School Committee 





Brad Price (Pres.), Erika Lambert (Vice-Pres.), Cathy 
Capella (Sec), Paul Morisson (Treas.). 



Z. Carr, G. Rudenaur, K. Emens. 



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Junior Class Officers 



Senior Class Officers 




John Magill (Pres.), Paul Falvey (Vice-Pres.), Bill McCarthy (Tres.), Beth 
Faherty (Sec). 




Pres. G. Marden, V. Pres. K. Berard, Sec. F. MacQuorie,Treas. 
S. Falvey. 



Sophomore Class Officers 




Pres. D. Nionakis, V. Pres. W. Crowley, (not pic- 
tured), Treas. P. Murry, Sec. C. Cavanaugh. 



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A.F.S. CLUB 




Top Row: A. Clarke, J. Magill, A. St. Pierre, S. Kimball, R. Gatnick, J. Armstrong, J. Baylow, L. Striano, C. Coyle. 2nd Row: S. Falvey, A. Carr, R. 
Messina, E. O'Grady, S. Hogan, M. Brown, L. Schnabel, J. Jordan, M. Bomgartener, C. O'Neil, K. English, C. Shaw. 3rd Row: A. Armstrong, O. 
Prehsfreund, L. Marg, C. Gonzalez, C. Duffy. Bottom: K. Stoehr, P. Escuder, P. Garcia, J. Capano, L. Danforth, C. Goldberg, K. Browne, I. Okawara, 
M. Farnham. 



FOREIGN EXCHANGE 
STUDENTS 



HARBORLIGHT 





Top: P. Escuder, I. Okawara, P. Garcia. 2nd Row: P. 
Auma, O. Prehsfreund, B. Enge. Bottom: G. Rios. 



Top: C. Duffy, 2nd: M. Bertucci, B. Matzell, Bot- 
tom: J. White, P. DeBruin, C. Tegan. 



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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 




Top: B. Faherty, B. McCarthy, J. Migill, D. Chase, K. Hading, B. Mansfield, D. Michon, P. FrankUn, J. Armstrong, R. Malme, M. 
LaBonte, D. Flanagan, D. Murphy. 2nd Row: D. Fenton, D. Donaldson, J. Weston, M. Diaz, A. Culler, K. Bullock, K. Nelson, G. 
Goudas, L. Rydin, E. O'Grady, B. Hess, M. Murphy, E. Lambert. 3rd Row: S. Schwenk, J. Sholler, A. Meisler, S.Johnson, D. Morse, 
A. Dorion, K. Browne, M. Butler, A. Hutchinson, E. Norton, R. Fox. Bottom: K. Grundstrom, B. Harrington, L. Boretti, S. Wilson, 
D. Walton, K. Reid, K. Mohrfeld, S. Noble, M. Horte. 



MATH CLUB 



SKI CLUB 





Top: K. Glasheen, B. Ling, J. Capano, E. Trudell. 2nd 
Row: E. Norton, J. Capano, J. Balerna. Bottom: A. 
Meisler, J. Weston, J. Armstrong. 



Top: D. Hernberg, C. Ullrich, C. Langenhagen, A. Robinson, S. Clark. 2nd: C. 
Cutler, P. Thornton, T. Aikenas, D. Lapham, C. Langenhagen, J. Capano. Bottom: L. 
McCormick, D. Reidy, T. O'Sullivan, D. Yarrow, M. Brown, L. Schnabel, Mr. Smith. 



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BAND 




Top: D. Clifford, P. Spina, B. Enge, P. Collier. L. Pimentel, J. Vigneau, J. Weston, G. Goba, S.Johnson, J. Armstrong, J. Berkeley, J. Murdy, D. Rydin, D. 
Bishop, C. Ray, S. Vaughn. 2nd Row: S. Culbert, M. Mickey, T. Alger, L. Dawe, L. Colford, C. Lagenhagen, P. Franklin, C. Abbott, P. Morrison, J. Dierks, J. 
Erthman, M. Colford, J. Schumacher, D. Delano, L. Billard, J. Burns. 3rd Row: K. Hart, P. Carrol, C. Ling, L. Rydin, G. Godwin, R. Weiss, C. Harvey, S. Green, 
O'SuUivan, J. Adams, T. Goba, S. Black, C. Nelson, D. Sullivan, C. Lincon. 4th Row: J. Olsen, J. Gustafson, K. Wells, M. Cole, L. Crawford, R. Malme, R. 
Dorion, E. McKenna, A. Culler, M. Avery, S. Tanner, A. Clifford, K. Grundstrom, J. Merick. 5th Row: S. Wilson, L. Coburn, K. Michon, P. Winch, J. Baylow, 
M. Johnson, L. Seargent, E. Larson, B. Ling, E. Norton, J. Coulon, L. Striano. 



Drama Club 




Top: C. Coyle; J. Boyle; K. Nelson; A. Meisler; R. Fox; S. Kimball; S. Angelo; M. Diaz; D. Smith; J. Armstrong; C. Ross. 2nd Row: C. 
McGrath; J. Carlson; S. Hogan; A. St. Pierre; P. Butler; J. O'Brien; D. Lapham; M. Viden; L. Harvey. 3rd Row: D. Wiesleader; D. Casey; K. 
Stoehr; A. Chfford; J. Nicholson; J. Jordon; J. Olson. 



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French Club 




Top: Mr. Matarazzo; K. Saplin; J. Jordan; C. Duffy; S. Flemming; J. White; C. Clark; B. Stevenson; L. Marcq; L Striano, D. Gregoire; M. Giarusso; 2nd 
Row: D. Rosenberg; J. Culbert; L. Claypoole; L. Ross; S. Murray; G. Weiser; Z. Carr; C. Abbott; K. Kent; S. Falvey; 3rd Row: S. Guarino; C. Costello; R. 
Gatnick; R. Bellow; M. Horiath; G. Hall. 



Business Club 



Top: S. Gaturna; S. Struss; D. Monaco Bottom: K. Mahar; K. Mc- 
Donald; K. Connelly; J. Bouchie; A. Mortell; L. Tambeau. 




JOHN HANCOCK 
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Thank You 
Parents 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson 
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Billard 
Mr. and Mrs. William Brady 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Browne 
Gordon and Martta Clogston 
Mr. and Mrs. David Delano 
Carol and Jim Doyle 
Robert and Charlotte Falvey 
Mary E. Goudas 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gundstrom Jr. 
and Mrs. Joeseph J. Harrington 
and Mrs. Hershel Hooper 
and Mrs. Richard Keenan 
and Mrs. Francis T. Leonard 
Eileen E. Lynch 
Mr. and Mrs. William Mc Cann 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. McCormack 
Mr. and Mrs. William F. McManus 
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Messmer 
Beatrice and Herbert Morse 
Dr. and Mrs. Paul Murphy 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Murphy 
Mr. and Mrs. William P. Nelson 
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Pratt 
Dr. and Mrs. Leonard 
Wes and Janet Rydin 
Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson 
Giarrusso Family 




Congratulations to the Class 
of 1982 

HINGHAM CENTRE, LTD. 

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Bare Cove Branch 
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Specially to our "Chase Group" — David Chase 

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Maura Collins 
Tom O'Brien 



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with room for two. And performance to satisfy the 

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Central Street Drive-in 749-0209 

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GOOD LUCK SENIORS 

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